In vitro soil-less (IVS) rooting medium

@inproceedings{Newell2006InVS,
  title={In vitro soil-less (IVS) rooting medium},
  author={Chris Newell},
  year={2006}
}
The principle hypothesis of this thesis is that hypoxia, in agar-based media, compromises rooting in vitro. From a practical point of view this is important because most plant tissue culture activities require the material to be successfully acclimatised in a nursery environment. Compromised rooting often results in excessive losses at this stage which are costly and inconvenient. In addition, many plants with commercial and/or scientific interest remain unavailable as they are not able to be… CONTINUE READING

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